TEXT 312
'saptatala-vrksa' dekhe kanana-bhitara
ati vrddha, ati sthula, ati uccatara
sapta-tala-vrksa—seven palm trees; dekhe—sees; kanana bhitara—within the forest; ati vrddha—very old; ati sthula—very bulky; ati uccatara—very high.
Within that forest Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu then visited a place called Saptatala. The seven palm trees there were very old, very bulky and very high.
The name Saptatala is mentioned in the Kiskindhya Chapter of the Ramayana and is described in the eleventh and twelfth sections of this chapter.

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